Our next meeting is Tue April 9 and we are doing something different. Instead of a meeting we are having a ”membership drive” and an “open house”. From 7pm to 8pm we are gathering to socialize in Athenaeum Lobby café/bar. Board members will be present to answer questions. Pizza and some dessert will be served and the owner of Fertile Gardens will be on hand to talk about and answer questions on spring planting, gardening and maintenance. We urge all to bring a friend[s] to join SLN and both will get a free drink. [the $10 is get you issue voting rights and entrance to two seasonal parties with free food and drink]. There will also be a free raffle for a special designed live plant planter suitable for a porch, deck or yard. If all of that is not enough, Jeff Delong will take all who want to go on a quick tour on the back room workings of the theater.
The meeting starts at 7PM at the Athenaeum. Doors open at 6:45PM.
March info: TOD
From the March meeting: Paul Sajovec, Chief of Staff for Alderman Waguespack, highlighted the implications of zoning changes for much taller and higher density the newly adopted “Transit Oriented Development” ordinance. Effectively, all lots within 1/4 mile of Ashland Ave. are now in a TOD, regardless of their distance from an El stop. Read more in the April Newsletter.
NEW MEMBERS joining at the April Meeting and/or SLN MEMBERS who bring in a NEW MEMBER will get a FREE DRINK. There will be pizza from The Art of Pizza for all in attendance.
Who’s running this show?
For those that would like to be more involved, we are looking for some new recruits to join our board. If you have any kind of skill set including accounting, legal, publicity, web management, writing, real estate, political science, zoning, contracting/construction, etc., we could use a little help to insure the future viability of the organization. Usually the time commitment is one extra meeting a month. You would also be welcomed if you would like to be an occasional contributor to the newsletter with restaurant/business reviews, police/crime blogs, real estate transactions. Contact email@example.com to throw your hat into the ring. Read more in the April Newsletter.